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“My view is to be radical, and I accept this is radical, you need 12 lessons to learn to drive a car, you need a licence to drive a car, you need a test. Do we need some sort of, almost qualifications, licensing, education for men to go out into the social sphere?

“People will say is that  is an impingement on our rights of free movement and obviously we’ve been all through this with covid but as we’ve just heard many women feel their freedom to movement is really restricted because of the danger, so I think we have to think of new ways of doing things, the same old same old won’t work.”

Professor Sam McConkey, of the Royal College of Surgeons, during the Newspaper Panel on the Brendan O’Connor show on RTE Radio 1.

Anyone?

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Previously: The Dam Breaks

1990.

Old school Dublin dudes share the wisdom that would leave many of them divorced, bitter and sleeping in their own clothes within a few short years.

Damn you, so-called equality.

Name those chauvinists, anyone?

Is this.

The best a man can get?

John Gallen writes:

Corporations doing “social justice” in their ads again. This time it’s P&G’s Gillette, who it appears, just asked Pepsi to “hold my beer”.

They’re taking a hammering on the Like:Dislike ratio for their new digital ad on YouTube. As for the comments… ouch!

And since when did The Young Turds Turks  become a worthwhile “news” source – they appear at 39 secs in…

FIGHT!